Category: Data

Intellectual Property Lunch and Learn Series

Intellectual Property Lunch and Learn Series

IAP 2018

  Join us for lunch and sessions on copyright, patents, data privacy, tech transfer, and more. Presented by the MIT Libraries and...

Scholarly communication
Back up your data!

Back up your data!

A little planning in the beginning can save your data in the end

Don’t be a research horror story! Make sure your data is properly backed up so you don’t lose it. A general...

Data
Remote sensing brought near

Remote sensing brought near

Remote sensing continues to yield important data about our planet, especially relevant given present environmental concerns. The MIT Libraries are pleased...

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Pilot project: Using drones in Svalbard and Death Valley

Pilot project: Using drones in Svalbard and Death Valley

New video features experimental project with EAPS to collect data on rock formations

  With support from the Experimental Collections Fund, Libraries Senior GIS Specialist Daniel Sheehan was trained and certified to safely fly...

Data
Quick & Dirty Data Management: Five Things You Should Absolutely Be Doing with Your Data Now

Quick & Dirty Data Management: Five Things You Should Absolutely Be Doing with Your Data Now

November 14, 2017 3 - 4pm

Tools and techniques for managing your data

Do you have data? (Who doesn’t?!) Learn about the five basic things you can do now to manage your data for...

Data
Find more energy data in SNL Energy

Find more energy data in SNL Energy

  The MIT Libraries are pleased to announce access to SNL Energy, a product of S&P Global, and a comprehensive resource...

Data
Writing a data management plan?

Writing a data management plan?

We can help!

  Have an upcoming project or already have a pile of data from your current research? Creating a data management plan...

Data
A History of the Internet

A History of the Internet

November 13, 2017 12 - 1pm

A Brown Bag with Scott Bradner

In a way the Russians caused the Internet.  This talk will describe how that happened (hint: it was not actually the...

Data